Undergraduate admissions at Georgia Tech are handled through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The same set of standards is applied to all undergraduate applicants for admission to Georgia Tech, regardless of major. Since the applicant pool changes each year, so do the standards. Admission decisions are based on a combination of factors, including academic GPA, test scores (SAT I or ACT), leadership record, and personal statement. Undergraduate admission decisions are not made by the College of Architecture or the School of Architecture.
A portfolio is not a requirement for admission to the undergraduate program in architecture at Georgia Tech.
For the most up-to-date information on admissions visit the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Here you will find information on application status, application timelines, tuition costs, etc.
A complete course transfer evaluation will be done when you have been accepted to Tech. The Institute will determine whether you have completed courses that transfer credit for design studio work or other architecture-related course work, you should provide course descriptions, syllabi, and a portfolio for review by the associate director of the School of Architecture.